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Geoffrey James  /  The Lethbridge Project
December 4, 1999 - January 16, 2000

The exhibition of black and white photographs developed out of a residency project during which Geoffrey James made several visits to the Lethbridge area.
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Leila Sujir  /  Luminous Stories
December 4, 1999 - January 16, 2000

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery of Peterborough with funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts. This exhibition is the first to present a collection of Leila Sujir's videos and video installations.
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Lyndal Osborne  /  The Poetic Structure of the World
October 16, 1999 - November 23, 1999

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts and the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
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Sarah Stevenson  /  Almost Invisible
October 16, 1999 - November 23, 1999

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Curator: Joan Stebbins Sarah Stevenson presented a new installation of sculpture in SAAG's upper gallery.
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Various Artists  /  Painting Problems: From Abstract Expressionism to the Present
August 20, 1999 - October 10, 1999

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery in cooperation with the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery. The University of Lethbridge Art Collection provides a rich local resource with an inventory of over 10,000 works.
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Bob Boyer  /  Spiritual Landscapes: Recent Paintings by Bob Boyer`
June 19, 1999 - August 15, 1999

Organized and circulated by the Thunder Bay Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canadian Council for the Arts. This new body of work, produced during the last five years, represents a marked change of direction for the artist.
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Alfred Young Man  /  Guerilla Tactics: A Diary
June 19, 1999 - August 15, 1999

This exhibition, which is concurrent with Bob Boyer's, is based on research by First Peoples artist and educator. The exhibition includes objects from Young Man's personal 'museum', one which illustrates the huge gap in the understanding of First Nation's history and culture has been perpetuated by the media and well-meaning museums.
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Shelley Ouellet  /  Aviary
May 8, 1999 - June 13, 1999

Over 55000 bird drawings flocked to the gallery in response to Shelley Ouellet's invitation to the public to contribute to this piece. The drawings were placed in binders and the names of the contributing artists became the pixelated building blocks of a large-scale computer generated drawing representing the west exterior wall of the Carnegie section of the gallery.
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Various Local Children  /  Art's Alive & Well In the Schools
May 2, 1999 - June 13, 1999

This popular event is the result of a cooperative arrangement between the gallery and the local Lethbridge Public and Separate School Boards. The opening ceremonies attract one of our largest audiences, with parents, students, and community leaders coming out to view the work and hear presentations.
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David Hoffos  /  Another City
March 13, 1999 - May 2, 1999

David Hoffos created a new video installation for SAAG's upper gallery. Like circus sideshows, David Hoffos installations invite you to slip between the curtains into a darkened space with the guilty apprehension that you are about to witness something mysterious, private, and possibly disturbing.
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Sandra Rechico  /  Gulp
March 13, 1999 - April 25, 1999

Sandra Rechico presented a new installation in SAAG's main gallery along with several previous works which provide a context for her practice.
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Jennifer Gordon  /  The Sky is Falling
January 23, 1999 - March 7, 1999

Since 1990, Jennifer Gordon has been on the Faculty of the University of Lethbridge where she teaches painting. Gordon's paintings and drawings utilize a syntax of ambiguous objects, shapes and surfaces.
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Euan MacDonald  /  Observances
January 21, 1999 - March 7, 1999

Euan MacDonald has a minimal yet impulsive approach to painting. The work is characterized by the use of materials such as metal, glass, and vacuum-form plastic.
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Vera Greenwood  /  Higher Ground
December 5, 1998 - January 17, 1999

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery in cooperation with the Ottawa Art Gallery and with funding assistance from the Ontario Arts Council and The Canada Council for the Arts.
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Renate Buser  /  Objects in mirror may be closer than they appear
December 5, 1998 - January 17, 1999

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Coucil for the Arts, Pro Helvetia Arts Council of Switzerland, and the Cultural Department of Basel-Stadt.
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Richard Purdy  /  Patiner §ur L'œil (Skating on the Eye)
December 1, 1998 - January 17, 1999

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts. This installation was conceived and created by Purdy during his residency at CIAS Crestet, an art and ecology research centre located near Arles, France.
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Barbara McGill Balfour  /  Soft Spots
October 17, 1998 - November 25, 1998

McGill Balfour presented a series of printmaking projects, which continue her exploration into the diseased body (Melanomaeta) and explores related Freudian theory.
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Yasufumi Takahashi  /  Injurious Inertia II
October 17, 1998 - November 25, 1998

Japanese artist Yasumui Takahashi often incorporates used clothing as the primary sculptural material in his work. For the artist, the clothes are both a provocative covering and an extension of the human body, particularly used clothes which bear the owners' history.
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Hiroshi Yoshida  /  Modern Japanese Prints
October 17, 1998 - November 25, 1998

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Various Artists  /  Soup to Nuts: Pop Art and its Legacy
August 18, 1998 - October 7, 1998

This comprehensive exhibition highlights Pop Art from its beginnings in the late 1950s to its influences on consequent art movements. The originator of the term of the term 'pop art', British critic Lawrence Alloway, defined it as an affectionate way of referring to mass culture'.
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Various Artists  /  The Buchanan Legacy
June 20, 1998 - August 23, 1998

It is the gallery’s responsibility to house and care for the City of Lethbridge’s art collection, the major portion of which was bequest from the collection of Donald W.
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Mario Reis  /  The Memory of a River: Nature Watercolours
June 20, 1998 - August 16, 1998

Reis is a German artist who has spent much of the past years traveling through North America  engaged in his project creating Nature Watercolours from the rivers which flow trough the many district geographic areas.
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Various Artists  /  Art's Alive & Well In the Schools
May 3, 1998 - June 14, 1998

This popular event is the result of a cooperative arrangement between the gallery and local Lethbridge Public and Separate School Boards. This occasion acknowledges to the widest audience the importance of the visual arts in the school system and the role the gallery plays in nurturing the arts in the community.
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Various Artists  /  What's This? Understanding Contemporary Art
April 25, 1998 - June 28, 1998

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery in cooperation with the University of Lethbirdge Art Gallery. The video, Whatís this? Understanding Contemporary Art produced by the National Gallery, served as a catalyst for an interactive exhibition aimed at addressing the issue in the context of families.
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